Victor Stanley Inc. won Landscape Architecture Magazine's ”Advertisement of the Year” 2014
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We walked away from the LAMMY's advertising awards in Denver with Landscape Architecture Magazine's "Advertisement of the Year" and an unexpected though heartfelt induction into the "Advertiser Hall of Fame". We are glad our ads are enjoyed by the community and thank you so much for this recognition.
2014 Landscape Architecture Magazine Advertising Award Winners
Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) established an advertising awards program to recognize the best in LAM advertising and to provide specific feedback for advertisers about marketing to landscape architects.
The Landscape Architecture Magazine Advertising Awards, also known as the LAMMYS, were held during the ASLA 2014 Annual Meeting and EXPO. A jury of seven LAM readers was recruited prior to the program to review more than 400 full-page and larger advertisements that have appeared in the magazine since October 2013.2014 LAMMY Jury:
Scott L. Howard, ASLA
Howard-Fairbairn Site Design
Margot Jacobs, Associate ASLA
Mia Lehrer + Associates
Jennifer Nitzky, ASLA
Robert A. M. Stern Architects
Michael Skowlund, ASLA
Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects
Joshua T. Tiller, ASLA
J. K. Tiller Associates
Jeffrey A. Townsend, ASLA
James J. Wolterman, FASLA
LAM Editor in Chief Bradford McKee presented the awards and thanked the advertisers for their support. Each received a certificate and an engraved Tiffany frame displaying the winning ad.
In addition to naming a new member to the LAM Advertising Hall of Fame, winners were selected in three categories, and the advertisement that performed the best in all three was named to the top prize, Advertisement of the Year. View the winning ads online.
LAM Advertising Hall of Fame
- Victor Stanley
- Belgard by Oldcastle
- DCS/Fisher & Paykel
- Berliner Seilfabrik
- Columbia Green
- GOALZERO/Street Charge
- Spring Meadow/Proven Winners
- Victor Stanley
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